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  ry_ry7  |  4

27 - "Empty Apartment!" Ironically, the lyrics are very fitting for this situation. Poor dude though. I hope he gets everything back. And I hope she gets everything she deserves.

  Keyman1212  |  14

Pawn stores are required to keep items for thirty days in the back in case it's a stolen item. File a police report, and beat the bitch at her own game without having to exert all the effort she used.


By "pawned" OP's ex-girlfriend means "gave to the drug dealer selling crack on the corner for a bag-o-crack" and by "girlfriend" OP means "hoe s/he be pimpin"(yes, I know that was not correct grammar or spelling)


It doesn't take cunning to steal someone's property and sell/pawn it out of spite while the victim is away and oblivious to what's happening. In fact, what the OP's girlfriend did was cowardly and despicable. OP should definitely report his stolen property and have the note the girlfriend wrote as evidence.

  Daralea  |  21

So if OP went to the police with a handwritten note, they wouldn't make any effort to match that to the girlfriend so OP could get the stuff back? That just doesn't seem right.

  DenBriZel  |  31

I highly doubt it. We don't get the whole story. He probably did something to deserve it, like cheating or something. Girls don't 'normally' randomly do shit like that.

By  Eskeddit  |  5

Well I hope for consolation that you at least took her virginity.

  missamazinggg  |  12

Hey guys, he can't exactly turn her in. Her name isn't on the note, or OP just didn't say it was. The police could just think, and most likely will in this poor economy, that OP wrote it himself to get money. Her stuff is gone too, so there's no proof of her even living there.

  cameron194  |  9

forensic signature analyst ... same concept as bullet striation .. take that note, get her to write the exact same sentance on a piece of paper and then compare the two.. case closed